The Biocube program was inspired by a that involved Smithsonian scientists and led to a book, "A World in One Cubic Foot: Portraits of Biodiversity." The biocubes featured in the book were documented by photographer David Liittschwager, assisted by a professional field crew and in consultation with various biologists. The cubes were from around the world and highlighted several things about biodiversity in small spaces, including a staggering number of nook and cranny species; almost every cubic foot they sampled yielded hundreds of species. The biocubes showed interesting differences among living communities from different continents, different habitats, and .
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Successful students can do more than just understand what theyve read; they can also boil it down to the essential information. The Bio-Cube tool helps children condense what they want to say about themselves. The cube activity also offers a chance for self-discovery, allowing children to see how complex they are.
This activity was modified from the ReadWriteThink lesson plan .Biocubes aren’t just for science class! As part of the marine science summer camp program we offer at the in Fort Pierce, Fla., teens study biodiversity using the Biocube project. We strive to have students outside exploring different ecosystems as much as possible. The Biocube project provides a way to really focus in on a specific area and uncover the complexities within ecosystems that could otherwise be missed, all while using inexpensive and accessible materials.